My First Serger June 2013

aaaSoooo I was reading all these posts about a serger and how great they were. So I thought I would get one.  Then I started reviewing serger’s online.

While I really liked the price of the Brother 1034D ¾ Thread. But after reading reviews, it seemed liked it was a little difficult to thread.    But I still really liked the price.

We have an authorized sewing dealer in town so I went to them.

I explained what I wanted. They didn’t sell Brother Machines, but they sold Janome.

The store rep showed me the MyLock 634D. He sat with me, showed me how easy it was to use.  He threaded it, he had me thread it.  He said it was on sale and that they also had financing available for it.  I think it was about $549.00 at that time.

I was sold. This was way over my price budget, but I was so caught up in the moment, that I didn’t care.

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So I took the machine home, and yes, it worked great!!!!

That is until I had to re-thread the darn thing:)

OHHHHH, I was so angry.

I spent so much time trying to thread this thing and get the tensions right.

Now, after reading more reviews, I think I am a very rare person, because most don’t have an issue.

Let me explain something. I am very impatient!!!

I work full time and I was doing an hour workout each night at that time, so time was of the essence.

Anyway, I kept trying and finally got it to work sometimes, but to me it was still a pain. Most times I just stuck to the sewing machine.

You will see in a later post that I went back to the store and they gave me full credit and I bought a babylock!!!!! OHHHHHHH I love my babylock.

But more on that later!!

Until next time, Cheerio!

 

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